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sat down with the german economist karl heinz day for his view on which tax tolls to take the many comments from heinz tuckey who he's an expert on german unification said. if it weren't for me and a clear economic perspective his team preparing for the reunification of the korean peninsula. to do so with the city of twenty million. the whole metropolitan area for two million people. rising economy. so what's the border is open. north koreans poopy the move will come in great numbers. a man entered the league identities on tuesday. he said the korea us must begin by forming a currency union and transforming and privatizing government that north korean industrial sector. this process cost germany over two trillion us dollars. although there are varying estimates it's expected to cost to me at around three and half trillion dollars a tonne. he ensured that it will be money well spent the festival north of north korea. has it been quite a surprise moment to lose that and it was all the trade links with south korea has to europe and america. i think that all of the teachers who could t
to offer bigger tax breaks for so called angel investors those who invest in start ups are traveling until investors would not be taxed for investments of up to fifty million won roughly fourteen thousand us dollars starting next year or two thousand seventeen the government also plans to provide financial support worth eight hundred eighty million dollars for five hundred small and medium size businesses every year starting in two thousand fifteen pounds said that the government is drying up a package of measures aimed at easing regulations that have been active participation of private equity funds in the mergers and acquisition market. the government will go through the tasks in any economy related ministers meeting that takes place every week. also set up a separate task force team to monitor how well the past are being cheated. see you and yours. more koreans who were raised or even born abroad are returning to the homeland to make new lives for themselves. commonly referred to as composing koreans they now account for nearly fifteen percent of all foreigners in the country for connie
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